Sunday, February 13, 2011

12 of 12 February 2011

On the 12th of each month a bunch of people around the blogosphere take 12 pictures. 12 of 12 was created by Chad Darnell. I'll be posting some other visual aids in the next few days to recap my runs. :)

0:35, Room, Starting to work on a nice bruise from giving blood the day before

11:32, Room, Eggs are defrosting nicely, going to make brownies later (see p365 for evidence)

12:41, LaPlata, Little bit of Northern Missouri adventures with a friend. We stopped for ice cream

13:24, South Gifford, On a side note population 72 and due West of Gifford,  Ol' Rake Salloon, We did not stop for a drink. Only active business as far as we could tell in town

13:25, South Gifford, Assumably now defunct Farmers' Exchange Grocer/Produce

13:26, State Highway 156, About to turn onto state hwy 156

14:20, WalMart Lot, Left hand side you can see the cart corral thingy, starting to melt out of the pile of plowed snow. Also cool clouds

20:28, Connie's Place, Birthday Girls just blew out the candles.

20:29, Connie's, Syncronized cutting of the cake, side note, delicious grain-free cake, pretty much pure cocoa. 

21:47, Rachelle's, Side of a friend's Jack & cola bottle, Says "ok+" under the "21+" which is kind of lost in the glare.

23:24, the Porch, We got warm inside cause the steam works too well in Rachelle's place so we came outside to watch the walks of shame back to campus, and cool off. 

23:40, Porch swing, View from porch swing, you can kind of see campus. 


Anonymous said...

Yay blood! Ooh, frozen eggs? I've never heard of that. Also Americans are so old when they can legally drink.

kerri said...

The defunct store made me laugh. Reminded me of when I went by a sports bar in a small town that was closed due to damnation ;).

Kat said...

Yes, it's a way to preserve eggs that are going to go bad before you can use them. Crack'em and put the egg in a muffin tin, freeze, storage more or less indefinitely. Great for baking, texture would probably be bit off if you tried to scramble them or something.

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